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Dec 11, 2012 11:30pm PST
recommendations and continue to track those lessons lerbed. for my boss, a lot of the work starts when the exercise is over. it's not over just when the exercise is over, you have to continue to push that through and make sure that those lessons learned get incorporated into the plan. >> i think commander carismos said it well. a lot of the planning we do comes after the exercise. that's when we have a chance to test things out and see what doesn't work. we would prefer to find that out now than when the incident takes place. i think the panelists have given us a lot to think about but i'd like to open it up to you. what questions do you have for any of our command and control or our communications experts? if you have a question, please put your hand up and we have a microphone we can run around. jill? >> i fresh very much all the comments that were made and it's impressive what you have done and learned. i have a question. when you are operating somewhere and you are communicating with each other and you are getting information and a lot of it is action oriented, you are reall
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